Getting started with OKRs.
OKRs stand for Objectives and Key Results, an increasingly popular method for defining and tracking objectives and their outcomes. The main promise of OKRs is to align the personal objectives with those of a larger organization.
OKRs were invented at Intel and made popular by Google. In the beginning, it was mostly technical companies adopting OKRs. Today, however, we see companies from various industries adopting OKRs.
What are benefits of OKRs?
It is hard to argue that one methodology is absolutely better than the other. Each methodology has its own advantages and disadvantages and one should choose it based on the set of problems one is trying to solve. In this article we examine the benefits OKRs bring to the table.